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United States the Only Country to Still Have This COVID-19 Jab Mandate, Congress to Vote on Its Repeal


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On Wednesday, Congress will vote on legislation introduced by Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY) to end the U.S. requirement that foreign air travelers show proof of COVID-19 inoculation.

The United States remains the lone country to still enforce this tyrannical, unscientific mandate on foreign air travelers.

“The vote to repeal the COVID vax mandate on foreign air travelers to the United States is scheduled for this Wednesday,” Massie tweeted.

“We need to join the rest of the free world in returning to normal. Canada, Europe, all of South & Central America have no such mandate.”

The U.S. Travel Association is fed up with the requirement and urged the Biden administration to repeal the COVID-19 jab requirement for international air travelers to the U.S.

“We need to eliminate the vaccine requirement,” said U.S. Travel CEO Geoff Freeman.

“This may have been necessary policy during the pandemic. It is not necessary policy today. In fact, the U.S. is the only country in the world that has a vaccine requirement for international visitors.”

To be clear, this requirement was always an authoritative measure.

It’s pure lunacy that the Biden regime still requires international air visitors to have the COVID-19 jab.

However, they’ll allow unvaccinated migrants to illegally cross the border.

The hypocrisy is unreal!

From Travel Weekly:

Freeman said while U.S. Travel is hopeful that the requirement will be dropped as part of the Biden administration’s ending in May of the Covid-19 public health emergency, there is no reason to wait until then, especially given that potential visitors are planning spring and summer travel now.

“Why wait till May? We have the power right now to remove this requirement to bring travelers back into the country. And we certainly hope there will be an aggressive effort to do that,” Freeman said.

Eliminating the vaccine requirement was among three key policy priorities U.S. Travel said last week would enable stronger travel growth. The other two were decreasing visa wait times and reviving inbound travel from China.

U.S. Travel applauded the January introduction of a bill to end the vaccination requirement for inbound international visitors. Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Kentucky) filed the legislation.

Thomas Massie released this press release in January regarding the legislation:

On January 9, 2023, Representative Thomas Massie filed legislation to end the COVID-19 vaccine mandate placed on international air travelers to the United States. Rep. Massie’s bill, HR 185, prevents enforcement of a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) order that was published in the Federal Register on April 7, 2022. The CDC order prohibits international travelers from entering the country unless they first show proof of COVID-19 vaccination. In addition, HR 185 bars the subsequent issuance of any successor orders requiring travelers to prove they have received the COVID-19 vaccine in order to gain entrance to the United States.

“If you watched C-SPAN last week, you saw 434 Members of Congress gathered in the Capitol screaming, yelling, cheering, and speaking. Many of these members are unvaccinated, and many haven’t taken boosters,” said Rep. Massie. “So, why do we subject visitors who want to see their families to this COVID-19 double standard? The CDC’s unscientific mandate is separating too many people from their families and has been doing so for far too long. It needs to end.”

Massie discussed the legislation in Congress:

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Unsurprisingly, the Biden administration opposes the legislation to remove the COVID-19 jab mandate for international air travelers.

“Biden just issued a statement opposing HR 185, my bill to repeal vaccine mandate on international visitors flying to the United States,” Massie stated.

“He says his policy is based on science, but his ‘science’ conflicts with the science of the rest of the world which doesn’t have this mandate!”

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